Christmas Camellia & Relatively Ugly Architecture

In Albums: Philadelphia plants

A row of Christmas Camellias, in bloom, evergreen plants with big red flowers, outside a relatively ugly blue building

Dec 1st, 2011, by Alex Zorach

This photo shows a row of Christmas Camellias, Camellia sasanqua, planted outside a building in West Philadelphia that is a good example of relatively ugly architecture.

I find that the Christmas camellias are much more attractive than the backdrop.

This plant (although not this particular photo) was featured in my blog post about the Christmas camellia and its relationship to the tea plant.